8 Different Hairstyles To Complement Your Saree
You may have tried many different outfits and styles over the years, but the one thing that’s a universal favourite on Indian girls – with compliments from men in India and abroad – is the Saree. Yes, whether you are a curvy girl, a voluptuous girl, a skinny girl, or a heavy, well-built girl, if you’re an Indian, or someone who lives in India, it’s a known fact that nothing will compliment your looks and your figure as well as a Saree!
While different girls and women wear their hair differently to change the look and feel and to suit the occasion, here are a few simple hairstyles that you can wear with the Saree.
Hairstyles for saree
1. Simple Layers:
This is one of the easiest and simple hairstyle with saree to sport. For this hairstyle, the hair is to be cut in layers and the natural waves maintained, or in case you don’t have wavy hair, you can always do a bit of curling at home. Blow-drying the hair can also give it a bouncy wavy look. Leave it open, with half the hair falling on the front across one shoulder and the remaining at the back.
2. High Bun (Chignon):
3. Layered Volumized Hair:
A really simple comb-and-go kind of look. Comb out your hair in a middle parting. Roll your head down in the front and comb your hair towards the front. This will give it extra volume and bounce once you put it back. Let the hair look as natural as possible.
Nargis Fakhri looks both hot and effortless in this ponytail styled with her saree. Part your hair to one side. Roll back some of the hair to form a classic bouffant look (puffed-up look). Pin it in tightly at the back. Take the remaining hair and tie into a ponytail, preferably at the middle, not too high nor too low.
[ Read: Rediscover The Ponytail Hairstyles ]
5. Puffed Up Classic:
This bouffant look is great to go to formal events and even weddings, as it complements Indian jewellery really well. Comb out your hair well, removing all knots and tangles.
Keep it simple and straight. If you’re in a rush, or if you’re not very comfortable with the saree or with trying out new hairstyles, you can go for this extremely easy and everyday look. Comb out your hair and straighten it with a styling iron at home.
[ Read: Top Hairstyles For Long Straight Hair ]
7. Low Twisted Bun:
8. Bang On:
And during the Wedding season, everyone is getting married or at least it seems so and the invites are just countless. Time to get you sarees out once more.
Here are a few suggestions of hairstyles for girls with saree:
And just because we say leave it down doesn’t mean we say keep it boring! Subtle and sexy, that’s the in thing this season!
Ram rod straight! This is one style that goes well with everything but looks exceptionally sexy when teamed with a saree. Time to bring those straighteners out!
You also go for loose curls if you have wavy hair! This is only in addition to your natural look and will make the style infinitely more appealing. Leave the hair as it is on the top with some loose curls on the tips of the hair.
Have Curly hair? Start the curls close to your head leaving out the portion extremely close to your scalp. Keep the curls tight. You are sure to be the center of attraction with this style.
b. Pull It Up:
Just because women have been doing this for a very long time doesn’t mean that it has to be boring! Think about it…if it wasn’t great fun, then how did it last so long?
Pull it up in a bun and leave a few strands casing your hair. This has been a big hit for many years because it looks kick ass!
But if you really are bored with hair do’s then add a few lovely Hair accessories to spice things up!
How can we speak of the traditional saree look and not speak of the braid hairstyles with saree. it doesn’t matter what kind of a saree you pick, a traditional look or a trendy flattering one. There is a braid that will work for anything.
This plain and simple side braid that reaches her hips adds a quality of serenity and style to her simple black saree teamed with green blouse that nothing else could! You can even go for the more glamourous choices like the french braid or maybe the dutch braid too. Why if your saree has a more gypsy feel to it, then why not try a water fall braid. They are fairly simple to make and are at the same time so pretty to! Yes when we talk braids there is no limit. You can even try a braided updo.
10. Short and bold:
Not many women believe that short hairstyle on saree could work but here is an example just to prove you wrong!
Mandira bedi has definitely been a name to recon when fashion and style is spoken off. The short hair with the saree is something very few have had the courage to try apart from her! But doesn’t she look simply stunning in this pixy cut?
Let us know which Hairstyle you are sporting to the next occasion!